Letter 85 On a sunny day, Edinburgh is the place to be. It completely comes alive and everyone comes out in force to soak up the rare vitamin D. I took a well deserved day off on Saturday to enjoy the sunshine and take a walk around some of my favourite areas of Edinburgh. Allow … Continue reading Exploring Edinburgh: botanics, views and sunsets
Letter 84 One of the best and most popular things to do in Edinburgh is to take a walk up Arthur's Seat. Arthur sits within Holyrood Park and watches over the medieval city. The views are breathtaking and stretch out towards the city, the hills and the coast. I feel pretty lucky to live a … Continue reading Edinburgh’s resident volcano
Letter 83 I already have a letter about solo travel, so for this one I'd like to just talk about travelling with others. More precisely - what drives me crazy about travelling with others. Read my previous letter, number 9, here: I travelled solo. This topic has been playing on my mind since Italy, a few … Continue reading Travelling solo vs with friends?
Letter 82 Springtime in Edinburgh is beautiful. There are so many parks and hills to explore and today I enjoyed venturing to an area I had never been to before. After an incredibly hectic couple of weeks with numerous deadlines and my stress levels going through the roof and into outer space, I took a … Continue reading Yellow Hills and Purple Flowers
Letter 81 Spectacular nature and pristine beaches you can discover. Tiny intimate villages and whitewashed towns and cities. Friendly people who sound angry whenever they speak Greek. Eating 2€ gyros and calamari for every meal. Watching sunsets. Crystal water. History. Architecture. I love Greece. Maybe you'll understand some of my love of this wonderfully diverse country … Continue reading Sharing my love of Greece…
Letter 80 Let's have a catch up? We're already 6 days into March, which I can barely believe, so I thought I'd do a recap of the last couple of months and talk about what March may have in store. Being at university means I can't travel as much as I'd like to, but I … Continue reading 2 Months, 2 Countries!
Letter 79 One of my favourite subjects to photograph is people. I love observing how the locals go about their lives and capturing natural interactions between people. Here are some of my photographs of people from my recent trip to Italy. Enjoy! From Lou (Who is dreadfully missing Italy) About Me